Canary islands 5

Canary islands This new look guide features colour sections such as top experiences along with instructions on outdoor activities travelling with children and what you need to know about the Canary Islands au

  • Title: Canary islands 5
  • Author: Josephine Quintero
  • ISBN: 1741791642
  • Page: 146
  • Format: broch
  • This new look guide features colour sections such as 17 top experiences, along with instructions on outdoor activities, travelling with children and what you need to know about the Canary Islands 2 authors, 7 enchanting islands, 231 places to eat and drink, and hundreds of ways to unwind Inspirational photos Clear, easy to use maps and comprehensive planning tools In depth background and at a glance practical info Coverage includes Planning chapters, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Gomera, La Palma, El Hierro, Understand Survival chapters

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    One thought on “Canary islands 5”

    1. The guide has been pretty useful even if not fully up to date, e.g. in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria the Pacha disco is not existing anymore

    2. This is the first time I purchased a travel guide e-book, and it was an interesting experience. In the end, I'm thinking that maybe it might have been better to have a paper copy that would be easier to thumb through. In any event, this is a very thorough and comprehensive guide to each of the Canary Islands, and we found it invaluable as we drove around Tenerife. Like other Lonely Planet guides, I found this one to be accurate and dependable.

    3. Not quite as good as the previous edition, but still a good Lonely Planet Guide. I see its going to be updated soon by previous authors. I'm glad I read the library's older version before buying this one to take with me to the Canaries as there was a somewhat different focus.

    4. I trust Lonely Planet, and I have used this book for several visits to the Canary Islands. The information was very helpful, but I found it poorly organized and difficult to jump from section to section in the Kindle edition.

    5. Good for trip planning, and the only guide we'll take on the cruise. Well laid out, helpful in selecting land tours or destinations. Enough history to provide context, but apparantly current. A good travel guide.

    6. Badly organised, very few text, most of it represents endless lists of sights, museums etc. It is an electronic version but the information is not linked. Example: you read an article on a restaurant and you want to locate it on the map, there is no direct link to the map, so you should go back to the table of contents.

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